Hey, that looks okay to me! I guess I should have studied more in English after all. Never did like it, though.
Seriously, these systems have progressed at a much faster rate than I ever expected. I’m actually amazed at how well they perform, while still recognizing that there’s a ways to go before true “Johnny Cabs” become ubiquitous. Driving in real traffic on real roads in all seasons in all areas (urban, rural, northeast, southwest, etc. etc.), constantly interacting with tractor-trailers, '80s Oldsmobiles, 21st century Luxuses (Lexi?), and the countless other variations on transportation is a highly complex problem to solve. But IMHO the start the technology is off to is truly amazing. Their becoming better than human drivers in all situations may become reality in my lifetime.
IMHO it will, however, be a very, very, very long time before these vehicles become ubiquitous and can all interact with one another, which would be the ultimate setup. The roads will be mostly populated with the current population of vehicles of all ages and types the overwhelming majority of which will not have the technology to participate well into the future.